Sixth Grade Math Teacher, Outdoor Education Director, and Sixth Grade Dean of Students
Megan Hubbard is the sixth grade math teacher, outdoor education director, and sixth grade dean of students. Ms. Hubbard completed her undergraduate work at Brown University in geology-physics/mathematics and received her teaching credential from the Bay Area Teacher Training Institute. She also taught science for many years at BPC. She has worked in Yosemite and as a naturalist for the Headlands Institute in Marin, and she loves taking Black Pine Circle School students outdoors for field science trips. In her personal time, Ms. Hubbard enjoys exploring all aspects of the outdoors with her two young sons. Ms. Hubbard grew up in the East Bay and joined Black Pine Circle School in 2006.
Why I Work with Children
I am inspired by their curiosity and value the different perspectives they each bring to our learning community. The future of our planet is in their hands.
A Favorite Book
Movement Matters by Katy Bowman. I think about the ideas in this book every day.